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Thailand's northern capital and the ancient capital of the Lanna kingdom
The Thai Highlands and the Khorat Plateau, known historically as the “Golden Triangle", have steep hill ranges and gorges that are heavily forested. Nestled amongst forested foothills, Chiang Mai is Thailand's northern capital and the ancient capital of the Lanna kingdom - a laid back destination where the historic centre still feels more like a relaxed country town. The diversity of attractions in Chiang Rai Province include its capital - a small city that’s worth getting to know. It offers a relaxed atmosphere and great local food and is an ideal base from which explore more remote corners of the province.
Rainforest reserves, beautiful waterfalls and bubbling hot springs
Souvenirs and street food at the night markets
Elephant sanctuaries and adventure camps
We currently feature 7 luxury properties in Northern Thailand
Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, Thailand
The Bush Camp by Elephant Hills is a unique tented camp in Chiang Mai offering two-day ethical elephant experiences.
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On the banks of the Mae Ping River behind a towering wooden wall, this luxurious Thai escape is designed in contemporary Asian style.
Located in the breathtakingly scenic Mae Rim Valley and set in landscaped tropical gardens with unrivalled facilities for relaxation and recreation.
The resort is inspired by the northern Thai culture’s elegant approach to life and art.
A unique and charming boutique hotel, nestled in the heart of historic Chiang Mai and surrounded by ancient temples and quaint shopping streets.
Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, Thailand
Explore the enchanting world of elephants in 160 acres of jungle and overlooking the hills of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos.
Deep in the verdant bamboo forests, beneath mountains veiled in mist, lies a tented camp on the border where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar collide.
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The cities of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai have plenty of cultural and culinary attractions and are a stepping off point for adventure, whether for biking, rafting or visiting elephant camps and hill tribes.
Chaing Mai's monasteries - with ancient brick stupas in a dazzling array of shapes and styles.
The Saturday night “Walking Street” in Chaing Rai - hundreds of stalls offering local crafts and food and displays of local dance.
Don't miss the elephant camps, but make sure to visit one that focuses more on nurture, feeding and protection rather than 'entertainment'.
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